Expansion: The Grand Taste at the Meijer LPGA Classic
The Grand Taste Garden adds 5,000 square feet of food, music and family fun
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The Grand Taste at the Meijer LPGA Classic – the best food experience on any tour – is back and expanding to two locations for its third year at Blythefield Country Club June 15-17.
The Grand Taste Garden will make its debut this year across the fairway from the Grand Taste tent. It will feature food, outdoor games, chef demonstrations throughout the weekend and barbeque and live music from local bands Great Scott! and Blue Water Kings Band, following play on Friday and Saturday evenings.
The 5,000-square-foot addition will accompany the Grand Taste tent, a 20,000-square-foot air-conditioned tent that overlooks the fairway and features food from dozens of local restaurants, breweries, Meijer vendors and Meijer products and food trends.
“The Grand Taste has become a cannot miss event at the Meijer LPGA Classic because of the food, the atmosphere and close proximity to the best golf in the world,” said Cathy Cooper, Executive Director of the Meijer LPGA Classic. “But every year, we look for ways heighten the tournament experience for the community. And, this year, we think they’re really going to enjoy The Grand Taste Garden.”
The Grand Taste ticket will include food and beverage samples from participating local restaurants, breweries, and Meijer vendors.
- Single Day adult tickets cost $35 per ticket and are valid any one day, Friday through Sunday.
- A Weekend Pass costs $70 per ticket and are valid Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
- Tickets for children, ages 17 and under with a ticketed adult, cost $10 for a single day and $20 for the weekend.
These tickets will grant access to both Grand Taste locations and includes general admission access to the golf tournament.
“We really try to make every experience at the Meijer LGPA Classic fun for the whole family,” Cooper said. “We believe the value of everything included in the Grand Taste ticket is truly unbeatable and we have something for everyone to enjoy.”